Question about iRiver T30 MP3 Player
OK, this problem of the player not being recognised in My Computer but making the ding-dong connection sound was driving me almost to tears with frustration but have managed to bodge-solve it so hope this helps!
Right click My computer and select Properties.
Click on Hardware tab.
Click on Device Manager.
Hopefully there is a yellow question mark symbol against Iriver T30 listed under other devices or portable devices or something.
Right click this then select Update Driver.
Tell it that you are going to manually update the driver yourself.
Eventually you will have to select what type of device it is - select portable device.
Now click on MTP device and click next to install the driver.
Hopefully now it is recognised by XP in My Computer....
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
yes i have sovled the problem. i do thnk u all for ur hlp. i just had to slow down and think. I just had to take out the cord and reinstall the player.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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